A festival celebrating all things Punch and Judy has attracted guests from across the county.
The Punch and Judy Festival at the Royal Norfolk Hotel in Bognor saw dozens of shows set up in the hotel’s gardens as revellers watched on.
The weekend festival celebrated the 60th anniversary of the Punch and Judy Man film which was shot in the Sussex town.
A whole host of performers brought their favourite Punch and Judy dolls to the festival to recreate the famous performances.
The event was organised by the Punch and Judy club and also featured some of the original puppets from the 1963 film.
Puppet collector David Wilde performed at the festival with the original dolls from the film which were shown alongside costumes and scripts from the film.
As well as original dolls from the film a host of other performers gathered in Bognor to celebrate the historic puppet show which can be found on beaches up and down the country.
In the film, Bognor was used as the fictional Piltdown on Sea with over 2000 residents appearing as extras.
The Punch and Judy Festival takes place at the Royal Norfolk Hotel in Bognor on Saturday, September 30 and Sunday, October 1 between 11am and 5pm and is free to enter.